Do you need a personal injury lawyer? Swaye Crannie Boyd has successfully been representing the rights of accident victims throughout southern Ontario, ranking us among Ontario and Canada's most experienced and enduring personal injury lawyers and law firms.
Personal injury lawyers or attorneys provide legal representation with specialization in tort law involving physical or psychological injury or harm typically as a result of negligence or wrongdoing at the hands of someone else. That may or may not include another person, company, government agency or some other like entity. Personal injury cases commonly involve car, motorcycle or vehicular accidents; vehicular accidents involving pedestrians and/or cyclists; medical, dental or surgical malpractice; severe slip and fall incidents; dog bites; intentional injury and wrongful death.
For most people, the need to consider hiring personal injury lawyers typically follows a car accident where serious injuries have been sustained with long-term repercussions; the other driver is either under insured or not insured at all; there is disagreement as to who was at fault; questions exist or you are feeling pressured by a claims adjuster; or you feel you are being inadequately compensated for current or future medical costs as a result of your car accident injury.
The personal injury lawyers of Swaye Crannie Boyd LLP have been serving Southern Ontario for over 50 years ranking us among Ontario and Canada's most established and enduring personal injury law firms.
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Should you require the professional services of a personal injury lawyer anywhere in Southern Ontario, including Hamilton, Brantford, Burlington, Oshawa, Whitby, Oakville and St. Catharines, contact personal injury law firm Swaye Crannie Boyd. We are here and happy to help. Please don’t hesitate to contact Swaye Crannie Boyd at 289-426-2306 for a confidential consultation.
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